Appliance Repair Hunters Hill
Looking for appliance service in Hunters Hill? Master Appliances has over 25 years experience in the appliance repair industry, servicing the Hunters Hill region in Sydney. We have developed a reputation over the decades for fast, efficient and reliable service from Southern Suburbs to the Northern Beaches.
Our fleet of mobile service vans allow us to come straight to you and complete the repairs onsite at your home, business or rental property. Our field service technicians have all been factory trained by the manufacturers we represent so you can be assured of a high quality of appliance repairs in Hunters Hill at an affordable price.
Appliance services in Hunters Hill we provide are:
- washing machine and clothes dryer repair and service
- dishwasher repair and service
- fridge and freezer repair and service
- oven, cooktop and rangehood repair and servie
- other large household appliance repair and service
We provide both warranty and non-warranty services for appliance parts and also sell genuine spare parts for all leading appliance manufacturers such as Bosch, Miele, Omega, Gaggenau, Liebherr, Ilve and Blanco.
- Castle Cove
- Crows Nest
- East Killara
- East Ryde
- Hunters Hill
- Killarney Heights
- Lane Cove
- Lavender Bay
- McMahons Point
- Neutral Bay
- North Sydney
- St Ives
- St Leonards
Why Choose Us?
At Master Appliance Service we know how important properly working home appliances are to the smooth running of a busy family. From booking your service to having your appliance working properly again, we will ensure a friendly, efficient and knowledgeable service.
Master Appliances Service makes over 10,000 service calls per year Sydney-wide & Central Coast with our own qualified technicians. We are NOT an internet marketing company that outsources to third party operators.
About Hunters Hill Sydney 2110
Hunters Hill is located in the Lower North Shore region of Sydney; it is situated 9 kms north west of the Sydney CBD in New South Wales, Australia. Hunters Hill is located in the Lane Cove state electorate and has a population of 8,994 people. The suburbs surrounding Hunters Hill are: East Ryde, Linley Point, Longueville, Gladesville, Woolwich, Huntleys Cove, Huntleys Point and Drummoyne.
Prior to white settlement, the area was known as “Mookaboola” or “Moocooboola” meaning “meeting of waters” because the suburb sits on a small peninsula that separates the Parramatta River and the Lane Cove River. The modern name of Hunters Hill came from John Hunter, a Governor of New South Wales who was in office for 5 years from 1795. The area was settled in 1835. One of the early settlers was Mary Reiby who was the first female retailer in Sydney. Her home, Fig Tree House is on Reiby Road (named for Mary), and is one of the many buildings in the suburb which are heritage listed on the Register of the National Estate.
The suburb is home to a large waterfront Reserve called Boronia Park which contains Aboriginal drawings dating back to before colonisation. Boronia Park is also part of The Great North Walk, a walking track that runs between Sydney and Newcastle, is 250 kms long and runs through much of the states most beautiful areas.
Nearest Post Office: 97 Pittwater Road, Hunters Hill, NSW, 2110.